RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - WhatsApp is expected to extend its money transfer feature to more countries later this year. The tool has been tested in India since 2018. The announcement was made by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week during an investor summit.
According to the executive, WhatsApp Payments is expected to reach countries where the App has a large user base, such as Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia and India.
The payments tool allows users to transfer money through the App. "It's as easy as sending a picture," said Zuckerberg at the conference, adding that the feature has been tested . . .